Queensland heritage places

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Since 2012, 66 Queensland Heritage Places have been entered in the Queensland Heritage Register. Five places have been removed from the Register in line with new provisions introduced in 2011.

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Queensland

The Queensland Heritage Register records the state’s most important historic cultural heritage places. There are 1,717 places of state significance in the Queensland Heritage Register.

Many of the 66 new places entered in the Register since 2012 are the legacy of proactive, collaborative statewide projects. These include the Queensland Schools Heritage Strategy, a long-term project to conserve significant state schools; the Statewide Heritage Survey (2005-2010), conducted to address regional gaps; and ‘Our Shared Heritage’ (2009-2010), a Queensland Heritage Council initiative inviting community suggestions for the Register. These projects have ensured that new Register places are located throughout the state, from Myendetta Homestead in the south-west to the Meringa Sugar Experiment Station in the far north. The Statewide Heritage Survey’s concentration on areas such as the Wide Bay Burnett means important regional places are better represented in the Register. However, western Queensland remains relatively under-represented, given its influence on the historical development of Queensland.

Places entered from community nominations demonstrate community values and interest in protecting the state’s heritage, and illustrate the diverse range of historic places valued by Queenslanders, from modernist architecture to border survey markers.

The five places removed from the Register were all places destroyed prior to 2012. New provisions in the Heritage Act introduced in 2011 enabled their removal.

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Aurukun Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Aurukun Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Aurukun Local Government Area has no places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Aurukun’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Balonne Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Balonne Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Balonne Local Government Area has three places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Balonne’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Banana Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Banana Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Banana Local Government Area has seven places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Banana’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Barcaldine Regional

During the reporting period, one Queensland Heritage Place from the Barcaldine Local Government Area was entered in the Queensland Heritage Register. No places from the area were removed.

The new place is Aramac State School.

The Barcaldine Local Government Area has 10 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Barcaldine’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Barcoo Shire

During the reporting period, one Queensland Heritage Place from the Barcoo Local Government Area was entered in the Queensland Heritage Register. No places from the area were removed.

The new place is Haddon Corner, the north-eastern boundary corner between Queensland and South Australia.

The Barcoo Local Government Area has two places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Barcoo’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Blackall-Tambo Regional

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Blackall-Tambo Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Blackall-Tambo Local Government Area has four places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Blackall-Tambo’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Boulia Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Boulia Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register

The Boulia Local Government Area has two places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Boulia’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Brisbane City

During the reporting period, 15 places from the Brisbane Local Government Area were entered in the Queensland Heritage Register:

  • Naval Offices (former), Brisbane City
  • Middenbury, Toowong
  • Chapel of St Peter's Lutheran College, Indooroopilly
  • Weemalla, Corinda
  • St Paul's Anglican Church and Columbarium, East Brisbane
  • Kurrowah, Dutton Park
  • Department of Main Roads Building (former), Spring Hill
  • Thomas Park Bougainvillea Gardens, Indooroopilly
  • Queensland Cultural Centre, South Brisbane
  • Toowong State School
  • Cannon Hill State School
  • Wilston State School
  • Moorooka State School
  • Virginia State School
  • West’s Furniture Showroom (former), Fortitude Valley.

One place, the Wheat Creek Culvert, located in Brisbane City was removed as a destroyed place.

The Brisbane Local Government Area has 507 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Brisbane’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Bulloo Shire

During the reporting period, one Queensland Heritage Place from the Bulloo Local Government Area was entered in the Queensland Heritage Register. No places from the area were removed.

The new place is Cameron Corner (border corner).

The Bulloo Local Government Area has five places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Bulloo’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Bundaberg Regional

During the reporting period, four Queensland Heritage Places from the Bundaberg Local Government Area were entered in the Queensland Heritage Register:

  • Bundaberg Central State School
  • Fallon House, Bundaberg
  • St John's Lutheran Church, Bundaberg
  • Branyan Road State School, Bundaberg.

One place from the area, Pizzey Memorial Clock, Childers, was removed as a destroyed place.

The Bundaberg Local Government Area has 53 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Bundaberg’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Burdekin Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Burdekin Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Burdekin Local Government Area has six places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Burdekin’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Burke Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Burke Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Burke Local Government Area has four places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register. These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Burke’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Cairns Regional

During the reporting period, four Queensland Heritage Places from the Cairns Local Government Area were entered in the Queensland Heritage Register:

  • Oribin Studio, Cairns
  • Hydrographic Survey Bench Mark, 1878, Bessie Point
  • Cairns Technical College and High School Building
  • Meringa Sugar Experiment Station, Meringa.

No places from the area were removed.

The Cairns Local Government area has 39 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Cairns’ heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Carpentaria Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Carpentaria Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Carpentaria Local Government Area has six places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Carpentaria’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Cassowary Coast Regional

During the reporting period, one Queensland Heritage Place from the Cassowary Coast Local Government Area was entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

The new place is Cardwell Divisional Board Hall (former) and Honour Board.

No places from the area were removed.

The Cassowary Coast Local Government Area has 17 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Cassowary Coast’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Central Highlands Regional

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Central Highlands Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register

The Central Highlands Local Government Area has six places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Central Highlands’ heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Charters Towers Regional

During the reporting period, four Queensland Heritage Places from the Charters Towers Local Government Area were entered in the Queensland Heritage Register:

  • ED Miles Mining Exchange (former), Charters Towers
  • Bank of New South Wales (former), Charters Towers
  • Charters Towers Central State School
  • Ambulance Building (former), Charters Towers.

No places were removed.

The Charters Towers Local Government area has 49 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Charters Towers’ heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Cherbourg Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Cherbourg Local Government Area has no places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Cherbourg’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Cloncurry Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Cloncurry Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Cloncurry Local Government Area has six places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Cloncurry’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Cook Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Cook Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Cook Local Government Area has 31 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Cook’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Croydon Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Croydon Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Croydon Local Government Area has 15 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Croydon’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Diamantina Shire

During the reporting period, one Queensland Heritage Place from the Diamantina Local Government Area was entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

The new place is Poeppel Corner.

No places from the area were removed.

The Diamantina Local Government Area has 8 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Diamantina’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Doomadgee Aboriginal Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Doomadgee Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Doomadgee Local Government Area has no places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Doomadgee’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Douglas Shire

During the reporting period, one Queensland Heritage Place from the Douglas Local Government Area was entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

The new place is the Daintree Inn/Former Exchange Hotel.

No places from the area were removed.

The Douglas Local Government Area has nine places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Douglas’ heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Etheridge Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Etheridge Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Etheridge Local Government Area has 13 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Etheridge’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Flinders Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Flinders Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

One place from the Flinders Local Government Area is entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Flinders’ heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Fraser Coast Regional

During the reporting period, one Queensland Heritage Place from the Fraser Coast Local Government Area was entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

The new place is the Albert State School, Maryborough.

No places from the area were removed.

The Fraser Coast Local Government Area has 48 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Fraser Coast’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Gladstone Regional

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Gladstone Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register

The Gladstone Local Government Area has 26 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Gladstone’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Gold Coast City

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Gold Coast Local Government Area were entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

One place, Humphrey’s Boatshed and slipway, Southport, was removed as a destroyed place.

The Gold Coast Local Government Area has 18 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of the Gold Coast’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Goondiwindi Regional

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Goondiwindi Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Goondiwindi Local Government Area has four places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Goondiwindi’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Gympie Regional

During the reporting period, one Queensland Heritage Place from the Gympie Local Government Area was entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

The new place is Pettigrew's Cooloola Timber Tramway Complex, Cooloola.

No places from the area were removed.

The Gympie Local Government Area has 36 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Gympie’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Hinchinbrook Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Hinchinbrook Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Hinchinbrook Local Government Area has six places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Hinchinbrook’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Hope Vale Aboriginal Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Hope Vale Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Hope Vale Local Government Area has no places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Hope Vale’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Ipswich City

During the reporting period, one Queensland Heritage Place from the Ipswich Local Government Area was entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

The new place is Marburg State School.

No places were removed.

The Ipswich Local Government Area has 85 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Ipswich’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Isaac Regional

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Isaac Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Isaac Local Government Area has eight places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Isaac’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Kowanyama Aboriginal Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Kowanyama Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Kowanyama Local Government Area has no places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Kowanyama’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Livingstone Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Livingstone Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Livingstone Local Government Area has nine places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Livingstone’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Lockhart River Aboriginal Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Lockhart River Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Lockhart River Local Government Area has no places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Lockhart River’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Lockyer Valley Regional

During the reporting period, two Queensland Heritage Places from the Lockyer Valley Local Government Area were entered in the Queensland Heritage Register:

  • Forest Hill State School
  • Lake Clarendon State School.

No places from the area were removed.

The Lockyer Valley Local Government Area has 20 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Lockyer Valley’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Logan City

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Logan Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Logan Local Government Area has 12 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Logan’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Longreach Regional

During the reporting period, one Queensland Heritage Place from the Longreach Local Government Area was entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

The new place is the Isisford District Hospital (former).

No places from the area were removed.

The Longreach Local Government Area has nine places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Longreach’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Mackay Regional

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Mackay Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Mackay Local Government Area has 32 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Mackay’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Mapoon Aboriginal Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Mapoon Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Mapoon Local Government Area has no places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Mapoon’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Maranoa Regional

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Maranoa Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

One place from the area, Mitchell State School (1914 building), was removed as destroyed place.

The Maranoa Local Government Area has 13 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Maranoa’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Mareeba Shire

During the reporting period, two Queensland Heritage Places from the Mareeba Local Government Area were entered in the Queensland Heritage Register:

  • Irvinebank State School
  • Mareeba Shire Hall.

No places from the area were removed.

The Mareeba Local Government Area has 22 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Mareeba’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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McKinlay Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the McKinlay Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The McKinlay Local Government Area has no places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of McKinlay’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Moreton Bay Regional

During the reporting period three Queensland Heritage Places from the Moreton Bay Local Government Area were entered in the Queensland Heritage Register:

  • Woody Point Memorial Hall
  • Morayfield State School
  • Petrie State School.

No places from the area were removed.

The Moreton Bay Local Government Area has 20 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Moreton Bay’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Mornington Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Mornington Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Mornington Local Government Area has no places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Mornington’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Mount Isa City

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Mount Isa Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Mount Isa Local Government Area has nine places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Mount Isa’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Murweh Shire

During the reporting period one Queensland Heritage Place from the Murweh Local Government Area was entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

The new place is Myendetta, via Charleville.

No places from the area were removed. The Murweh Local Government Area has eight places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Murweh’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Napranum Aboriginal Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Napranum Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Napranum Local Government Area has no places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Napranum’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Noosa Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Noosa Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Noosa Local Government Area has 10 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Noosa’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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North Burnett Regional

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the North Burnett Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The North Burnett Local Government Area has 16 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of North Burnett’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Northern Peninsula Area Regional

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Northern Peninsula Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Northern Peninsula Local Government Area has no places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Northern Peninsula’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Palm Island Aboriginal Shire

During the reporting period, one Queensland Heritage Place from the Palm Island Local Government Area was entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

The new place is the Fantome Island Lock Hospital and Lazaret.

No places from the area were removed.

The Palm Island Local Government Area has one place entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Palm Island’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Paroo Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Paroo Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Paroo Local Government Area has four places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Paroo’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Pormpuraaw Aboriginal Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Pormpuraaw Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Pormpuraaw Local Government Area has no places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Pormpuraaw’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Quilpie Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Quilpie Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Quilpie Local Government Area has no places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Quilpie’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Redland City

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Redland Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Redland Local Government area has 23 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Redland’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Richmond Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Richmond Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Richmond Local Government Area has one place entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Richmond’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Rockhampton Regional

During the reporting period, one Queensland Heritage Place from the Rockhampton Local Government Area was entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

The new place is Mount Morgan State High School.

No places from the area were removed.

The Rockhampton Local Government Area has 76 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Rockhampton’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Scenic Rim Regional

During the reporting period, three Queensland Heritage Places from the Scenic Rim Local Government Area were entered in the Queensland Heritage Register:

  • Wyambyn
  • Mutdapilly State School
  • Maroon State School and Maroon War Memorial.

No places from the area were removed.

The Scenic Rim Local Government Area has 19 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Scenic Rim’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Somerset Regional

During the reporting period, three Queensland Heritage Places from the Somerset Local Government Area were entered in the Queensland Heritage Register:

  • Tarampa State School
  • Mt Tarampa State School
  • Prenzlau State School.

One place from the area, Caboonbah Homestead, Esk, was removed as a destroyed place.

The Somerset Local Government Area has 24 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Somerset’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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South Burnett Regional

During the reporting period, six Queensland Heritage Places from the South Burnett Local Government Area were entered in the Queensland Heritage Register:

  • Kingaroy Butter Factory (former)
  • Kingaroy Shire Council Chambers (former)
  • South Burnett Co-operative Dairy Association Factory (former)
  • Murgon Civic Centre
  • Shepherd Memorial Church of St Peter, Proston
  • Murgon State School.

No places from the area were removed.

The South Burnett Local Government Area has 18 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of South Burnett’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Southern Downs Regional

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Southern Downs Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Southern Downs Local Government Area has 56 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Southern Downs’ heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Sunshine Coast Regional

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Sunshine Coast Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Sunshine Coast Local Government Area has 32 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Sunshine Coast’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Tablelands Regional

During the reporting period, two Queensland Heritage Places from the Tablelands Local Government Area were entered in the Queensland Heritage Register:

  • Wairuna Homestead and Cemetery, Wairuna
  • Atherton Performing Arts Theatre (WWII Igloo).

No places from the area were removed.

The Tablelands Local Government Area has 46 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Tablelands’ heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Toowoomba Regional

During the reporting period, one Queensland Heritage Place from the Toowoomba Local Government Area was entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

The new place is the Toowoomba South State School (former).

No places from the area were removed.

The Toowoomba Local Government Area has 83 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Toowoomba’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Torres Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Torres Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Torres Local Government Area has five places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Torres’ heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Torres Strait Island Regional

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Torres Strait Island Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Torres Strait Island Local Government Area has two places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Torres Strait Island’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Townsville City

During the reporting period, one Queensland Heritage Place from the Townsville Local Government Area was entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

The new place is St Patrick’s Convent, Townsville.

No places from the area were removed.

The Townsville Local Government Area has 88 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Townsville’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Weipa Town Authority

Weipa Town Authority is included within the Cook Shire Local Government Area.

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Western Downs Regional

During the reporting period, one Queensland Heritage Place from the Western Downs Local Government Area was entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

The new place is Myall Park Botanic Garden, Glenmorgan.

No places from the area were removed.

The Western Downs Local Government Area has 11 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Western Downs’ heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Whitsunday Regional

During the reporting period, two Queensland Heritage Places from the Whitsunday Local Government Area were entered in the Queensland Heritage Register:

  • Bowen State School
  • St Paul's Anglican Church, Proserpine.

No places from the area were removed.

The Whitsunday Local Government Area has 12 places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Whitsunday’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Winton Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Winton Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Winton Local Government Area has two places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Winton’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Woorabinda Aboriginal Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Woorabinda Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Woorabinda Local Government Area has no places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Woorabinda’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Wujal Wujal Aboriginal Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Wujal Wujal Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Wujal Wujal Local Government Area has no places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Wujal Wujal’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Yarrabah Aboriginal Shire

During the reporting period, no Queensland Heritage Places from the Yarrabah Local Government Area were entered or removed from the Queensland Heritage Register.

The Yarrabah Local Government Area has no places entered in the Queensland Heritage Register.

These figures do not necessarily indicate the extent of Yarrabah’s heritage places.

Further investigation and understanding may be required in this local government area.

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Indicator: Change in number of Queensland heritage places in the Queensland Heritage Register

Change in number of heritage places in the Queensland heritage register by local government area for 2011-2015.

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